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WAEC questions for "Christian Religious Knowledge :: Spiritual gifts"
Q1
Paul likened the spiritual gifts received by individual members of the church to the
A
variety of doctrines by different churches
B
inequality of members of the church
C
different parts of the human body
D
various interpretations of the word of God
E
Q2
Paul compares the manifestations of spiritual gifts in individual members of the church to the
A
unit of the human body.
B
rights of the individual members of the church.
C
rights of the different parts of the body.
D
unity of the Church.
E
Q3
According to Paul, people should desire the gift of prophecy more than speaking in tongues because
A
prophecy appeal to unbelievers.
B
speaking in tongues always creates noise in the church.
C
very few people have the gift of prophecy.
D
speaking in tongues is base on self-righteousness.
E
Q4
Paul, in Romans, exhorts Christian to use their individual talents with
A
righteousness.
B
cheerfulness.
C
fear.
D
soberness.
E
Q5
In his first letter to the Corinthians, Paul taught that various spiritual gift work for
A
Individual members.
B
One body in Christ.
C
Both Jews and Greeks.
D
All organs of the body.
E
Q6
All the following are spiritual gifts as enumerated by Paul in the first Epistle to the Corinthians except.
A
hearing.
B
wisdom.
C
healing.
D
speaking in tongues.
E
Q7

The spiritual gift named in first Corinthians include

A

knowledge, miracles, preaching and praying.

B

prophecy, vision, dreams and peace.

C

love, joy, peace and long suffering.

D

prophecy, wisdom, faith and healing.

E
Q8
paul considers that spirituaul gift are for the benefits of the
A
individual members the congregation.
B
edification of the lord.
C
corporate life of the body of chirst.
D
infrastructure of church.
E
Q9
Paul recommended to the romans that Christian attitude to others with regard to the gift of the spirit should be
A
to have a domineering spirit.
B
not to regard others as inferior.
C
to dishonor the gifts.
D
to make others acquire such gift.
E
not to isolate oneself from the society
Q10
Paul, in his Epistle to the Corinthians, illustrated the unity of the church despite members' individual differences by
A
listing the different offices in the church.
B
asserting that different offices in the church are mutually interdependent.
C
comparing the church with the human body.
D
advocating one faith in Christ.
E
teaching the baptism in the lord.
Q11
In his Epistle to the romans, Paul advocated all the following as ways of using our talents except
A
thinking of oneself with sober judgement.
B
using ones talent in proportion to our faith.
C
making individual contributions liberally.
D
serving the lord with cheerfulness.
E
thinking of oneself with pride.
Q12

All the following are some of the spiritual gift enumerated by Paul in his first epistle to the Corinthians except

A

The gift of the bearing.

B

the utterance of wisdom.

C

the gift of healing.

D

prophecy.

E

speaking in tongues

Q13
In making use of their individual talent,St.Paul enjoined christians to
A
Make others aware of their importance.
B
Think soberly according to the measure of their faith.
C
Act as if they are indispensable.
D
Contribute their quota in a spirit of pride.
E
Deny others what they should gain from them.
Q14
According to Paul in 1 corinthians, the order of importance in the manifestation of spiritual gifts
A
Apostles,Prophets and Teachers.
B
Workers of miracles, Speakers of tongue and Prophets.
C
Prophets,Speakers of various tongues and Administrators.
D
Apostles,Teachers and Helpers.
E
Apostles,Teachers and Prophets.
Q15
In 1 Corinthians, Paul says he is the least of the appostles because he
A
Was not one of the twelve.
B
Persecuted the church.
C
Was the last to be called by Jesus.
D
Was an apostle to the gentiles.
E
Recieved the least persecution